Artists have been using nature as inspiration for their artwork for thousands of years! Join the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency during Library Fest for a fun, relaxing, and creativity-filled 45-minute session about landscape artists from the past and present and why artists love to use the environment in their artwork. Participants will get the chance to create their own environmental artwork while they take a few moments out of their day to relax, breathe, and reconnect with nature. Intended for 1st--6th graders to enjoy. Attendees should bring their own paper and art supplies.